The Boys & Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis provides after school and summer programs that offer a safe, positive place for kids to participate in recreational and educational activities. There are a variety of opportunities for volunteers, including teens! We are also happy to work with groups. The Boys and Girls Club of Weber Davis has several areas of focus:
- Character & Leadership Development
- Education & Career Development
- Health & Life Skills
- The Arts Program
- Sports, Fitness & Recreation
- Specialized Initiatives
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis (BGCWD) opened its first site in Roy, Utah in November of 2000. Currently, BGCWD is operating five sites located in Weber and Davis counties. Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Boys & Girls Clubs of America is the nation’s oldest and largest organization with a primary mission of service to young people
from disadvantaged circumstances.
Some of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Weber Davis Club Sites are:
- Roy Hope Center
- Roy Teen Club
- Ogden Teen Club
- Odyssey Elementary, Ogden
- North Davis Junior High
How to Get Involved with Boys and Girls Clubs of Weber Davis
Become a Volunteer
Being a volunteer is far more than attending a group activity once every few months. Volunteers can participate in a variety of programs that range in focus, age group, and meeting times. There is no experience needed and you will be able to make a difference in the life of a young person. The Community Engaged Leaders chair and chapter director are available to offer you support if you need it. After you register with a program, all you need to bring is you!
Join the Community Engaged Leaders Program
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Weber Davis is one of the organizations served under the WSU Community Engaged Leaders program. The Community Engaged Leaders’ Boys and Girls Clubs program recruits student volunteers to work with a young person for a variety of programs.
Community Engaged Leaders is a student-run community service program, and is part of WSUSA. It is comprised of a VP of Service, an Assistant Director, 4 Directors and 16 Chairs. These student leaders are responsible for promoting community service within the student body, and they make community service opportunities accessible to students. You can apply to become the chair for any of the service leadership positions, including Boys and Girls Club chair, during early spring semester. Becoming a chair or volunteering with the Boys and Girls Clubs is a great way to meet new people and be social. Learn more about the Community Engaged Leaders Boys and Girls Club Program. Or Email the current chair email@example.com
Visit the Center for Community Engaged Learning and let the staff know that you want to get involved in the Community Engaged Leaders Boys and Girls Club program! You can also email the Community Engaged Leaders Boys and Girls Club chair at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Weber Davis online to find out more about upcoming events.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Weber Davis
127 24th Street #3
Ogden, UT 84401
Center for Community Engaged Learning
2113 University Circle
Ogden, UT 84408-2113